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This C3 Pathways Podcast series discusses Active Shooter Incident Management (ASIM). The Podcast features instructors and special guests discussing key elements and challenges of Active Shooter Incident Management and the implications for law enforcement, fire, and EMS responders. The bad guy and the clock both kill innocent victims. Don't miss the opportunity to gain key insights that may help you save lives!
 
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Episode 48: Interview with TEEX's Jesse Watkins On this week's podcast we have our sponsor of the Active Shooter Incident Management Advanced and Intermediate courses, TEEX's Jesse Watkins. In this episode we talk about the courses and training available to the first responder community. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Manageme…
 
Episode 47: Interview with ALERRT's John Curnutt This week we are interviewing John Curnutt from ALERRT. We discuss how ALERRT started, it's mission, and how it works together in the active shooter picture. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management Podcast. My name is Bill Godfrey, your podcast host. Today I've got with us a s…
 
Episode 46: ASIM Basic and Counterstrike (Part 2) We are picking up from last week's topic about ASIM Basic to talk about the Counterstrike training system. Bill and Adam give some tips and tricks that will enhance your training as you run scenarios. Bill Godfrey: Today, we're going to pick up where we left off. You may remember, last week we were …
 
Episode 45: ASIM Basic and Counterstrike (Part 1) We are splitting this week's topic in two parts. First, we are discussing some tips and suggestions for instructors teaching ASIM Basic classes. Next week we will continue with the Counterstrike System we use for training scenarios. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management pod…
 
Episode 44: 911 Communication Center Challenges in Active Shooter Events (Part 2) In Part 2 of this week's podcast, we are continuing our topic of 911 and the dispatch center during an active shooter event. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management Podcast. My name is Bill Godfrey, your podcast host. Today we're picking up par…
 
Episode 43: 911 Communication Center Challenges in Active Shooter Events (Part 1) In Part 1 of this week's podcast, we talk about some of the challenges in the 911 dispatch center during an active shooter event. A few topics we cover are the best sense of location, radio traffic, and recognizing when the active shooter event happens. Bill Godfrey: …
 
Episode 42: Common Day One Training Problems On this week's podcast, we discuss the common obstacles you may encounter during day one of training. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management podcast. My name is Bill Godfrey. We appreciate you tuning in today and today's topic, we are actually going to spend some time talking abo…
 
Episode 41: Micro Training For this week's podcast topic, we discuss different types of micro training to help reinforce active shooter incident management methods. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management Podcast. My name is Bill Godfrey your podcast host. We're happy to have you with us today, where we're going to be talkin…
 
Episode 40: SSAVEIM In this podcast with John-Michael Keyes from the I Love U Guys foundation, we talk about school safety and violent event incident management. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management podcast. Thank you for being with us today. We have a special guest today. I'm excited to welcome back to the fold John-Mich…
 
Episode 39: ASIM Intermediate Sheriff Michelle Cook shares her experience hosting the Active Shooter Incident Management (ASIM) Intermediate course remotely for Clay County (FL) on the NCIER Campus virtual platform Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter incident management podcast. My name is Bill Godfrey, your podcast host. We appreciate you …
 
Episode 38: Tips for Working Together at Tactial, Triage and Transport A discussion about tips and tricks at the tactical, triage and transport location. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management podcast. My name is Bill Godfrey, your host of the podcast. Today's topic, we are going to be talking about some tips and tricks for…
 
Episode 37: Other Uses of ASIM Checklist A discussion about uses of the ASIM Checklist beyond active shooter events. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management Podcast. My name is Bill Godfrey, your host of the podcast. We're happy to have you back with us. Today, we have three of the instructors with us to talk about the uses …
 
Episode 36: Intelligence A discussion about the Intelligence function in Active Shooter Incident Management (hint: it's not just a law enforcement issue). Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management Podcast. My name's Bill Godfrey, your podcast host. Thanks for being with us today. We are going to be talking about intelligence r…
 
Episode 35: Rural Response A discussion about how small and rural communities can respond and structure their response to active shooter events. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management Podcast. My name is Bill Godfrey, your host of the podcast and today's topic we are going to talk about active shooter response and active sh…
 
Episode 34: 5 Common Mistakes A discussion about five common mistakes in active shooter events response and active shooter incident management. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management Podcast, my name is Bill Godfrey, I'm your host of the podcast. Today's topic we are going to talk about five common mistakes in active shoote…
 
Episode 33: Emergency Management A discussion about the role of emergency management and the emergency manager in active shooter events. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management podcast. My name is Bill Godfrey, I'm your host of the podcast. Today we're going to be talking about the role of emergency management and the emerge…
 
Episode 32: Command Post vs Tactical, Triage and Transport An important discussion on the fundamental difference between the work that gets done at the tactical, triage, and transport area versus the work that gets done at the command post. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management podcast. My name is Bill Godfrey, I'm the hos…
 
Episode 31: Zones This episode is about Zones in Active Shooter Response and how they help us communicate the threat picture. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management podcast, my name is Bill Godfrey. I'm your host of the podcast. I've got with me three of the other instructors from C3 Pathways, Ron Otterbacher, retired from …
 
Contact information for Dr. Metz: Sara Metz, PsyD Public Safety Psychologist Code-4 Counseling Facebook (@code4counselingllc) Code-4 Counseling YouTube channel videos Episode 30: Emotional Responsibility for Each Other An important discussion on emotional responsibility for your fellow first responders. Bill Godfrey: Welcome back to our next podcas…
 
Episode 29: Staying in Your Lane A discussion about staying in your lane during active shooter events and what that means. Bill Godfrey: Welcome back to our next podcast. Today's topic, we're going to talk about staying in your lane for active shooter events and what that means. Thanks for joining us today. My name is Bill Godfrey. I'm the host of …
 
Episode 28: Importance of the Public Information Officer A discussion about the Public Information Officer and why it is critical in Active Shooter Event Response Bill Godfrey: Welcome back to our next podcast. Today's topic, we are going to talk about the public information officer and the role of media and press briefings and social media, oh my,…
 
Episode 27: Emotionally Responsible Room Entry Room entry tactics are a delicate topic in law enforcement, but this discussion is about considering the impact of a full dynamic entry on children. You don't want to miss this! Bill Godfrey: Thank you for joining us on our next podcast. Today we are going to pick up on a topic that we briefly discusse…
 
Episode 26: Communications Dispatch, Radios, Face-to-Face, Chain of Command, and More Bill Godfrey: Hello, welcome back to the next installment of the podcast. Today, we are going to be talking about communications and we are going to be talking about all kinds of communications, radio communications, face to face, chain of command, who talks to wh…
 
Episode 25: Staging Why Staging is so important in an Active Shooter Event, how it works, and how it can save you Bill Godfrey: Welcome back to our next podcast. Today's topic is going to be staging. That probably sounds a little boring to some of you, but it turns out it's pretty important to having a successful response to an active shooter event…
 
Episode 24: Rescue Task Force This show is all about Rescue Task Force (RTF), their role in an Active Shooter Event, key tasks the RTF needs to execute, and lessons learned. Bill Godfrey: Welcome back to our next podcast. Today we are going to follow our pattern of going back to the basics here. As the country starts to get kids back into school, w…
 
Episode 23: Contact Teams A discussion of Contact Teams, the role of the first arriving law enforcement officers, and the professionalism required to shoulder the immense responsibility of responding to an Active Shooter Event. Bill Godfrey: Welcome back to the next installment of our podcast. Today, we are going to be revisiting a subject that we …
 
Episode 22: Complex Coordinated Attack (CCA) A discussion of Complex Coordinated Attack (CCA), sometimes referred to as Complex Coordinated Terrorist Attack (CCTA). Bill Godfrey: Welcome back everybody to our next podcast. Today's subject, we are going to talk about Complex Coordinated Attack. Now, interestingly, the terminology means a little bit …
 
Episode 21: School Safety and Violent Event Incident Management (SSAVEIM) John-Michael Keyes Interview - Part 2 Bill Godfrey: Okay. So I am going to tangent and take us to talking about our new course that we're doing together jointly with C3 and I Love U Guys Foundation, SSAVEIM, and that is School Safety and Violent Event Incident Management. I'm…
 
Episode 20: Standard Reunification Method John-Michael Keyes Interview - Part 1 Bill Godfrey: Welcome back to our next podcast. Today we've got a surprise for you. Our guest today is John Michael Keyes from the I Love You Guys Foundation. John Michael, thanks for being here today. John-Michael: Oh Bill, thanks for having me. Bill Godfrey: I'm so ex…
 
Episode 19 Back To Training: What's New and What You Can Do Now We're back with updates, what's new, and how you can get great training now! All: We're back! Bill Godfrey: Hi and welcome back to our next podcast installment. We have been silent for a little while. It's been a while since we've done our last podcast, but that's not because we haven'…
 
Episode 18 #10 Overall, what are the gaps in our preparedness? 10 Questions for the Mayor to ask the Police and Fire Chief Series Question 10: "Overall, what are the gaps in our preparedness?" Bill Godfrey: Thank you for joining us and welcome back to the final instance of our podcast series that we've been doing, on 10 questions for the mayor or t…
 
Episode 17 #9 What is your comfort with schools' Violent Event and reunification plans? 10 Questions for the Mayor to ask the Police and Fire Chief Series Question 9: "What is your comfort with our public and private schools' Violent Event procedures and offsite reunification plans?" Bill Godfrey: Welcome to our next podcast. We are continuing our …
 
Episode 16 #8 What are you doing with community partners? 10 Questions for the Mayor to ask the Police and Fire Chief Series Question 8: "What are you doing with community partners regarding Active Shooter Hostile events?" Bill Godfrey: Welcome back to our next podcast. We are continuing our series on 10 questions for the mayor, the city manager, t…
 
Bill Godfrey: Hello, and welcome back to our continuing podcast series on ten questions that the mayor should ask the police chief or the fire chief together, or any elected official, city manager, county manager. My name is Bill Godfrey, I'm one of the instructors with C3 Pathways, a retired fire chief. With me today, I've got Don Tuten, he's chie…
 
Episode 14 #6 What joint exercises have you done and what is planned? - "10 Questions from the Mayor" Series 10 Questions for the Mayor to ask the Police and Fire Chief Series Question 6: "What joint exercises have you done and what is planned?" Bill Godfrey: Welcome back to the next in our podcast series. We are in the middle of our mini-series, t…
 
Episode 13 #5 What joint training have you done and what is planned? - "10 Questions from the Mayor" Series 10 Questions for the Mayor to ask the Police and Fire Chief Series Question 5: "What joint training have you done and what is planned?" Bill Godfrey: Welcome back to our podcast series. This is the next installment. We are currently on a mini…
 
Episode 12: #4 How does each agency use ICS jointly and individually on a routine basis? - "Questions from the Mayor" Series 10 Questions for the Mayor to ask the Police and Fire Chief Series Question 4: "How does each discipline (i.e. law enforcement, fire, EMS) use ICS individually and jointly on a routine basis (i.e. regular calls)?" Bill Godfre…
 
Episode 11: #3 How does our Policy Fit with Mutual Aid? - "10 Questions from the Mayor" Series 10 Questions for the Mayor to ask the Police and Fire Chief Series Question 3: "How does our joint response policy fit with our mutual aid partners’ response policies?" Bill Godfrey: Welcome to our next podcast installment. We are in the middle of our min…
 
Episode 10: #2 What is our Joint ICS structure? - "10 Questions from the Mayor" Series 10 Questions for the Mayor to ask the Police and Fire Chief Series Question 2: "What is the integrated Incident Command System (ICS) structure (i.e. org chart) that you’ve developed as part of the joint response policy?" Bill Godfrey: Welcome to our next installm…
 
Show Transcript: Episode 09: #1 Show me our joint Active Shooter Response policy - "10 Questions from the Mayor" Series 10 Questions for the Mayor to ask the Police and Fire Chief Series Question 1:"Chiefs, please show and review with me our joint Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response policy." *Bill Godfrey: * Welcome to our next installment in our…
 
Episode 08: Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) Discussion of IEDs - Improvised Explosive Devices (aka bombs) in Active Shooter Events. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to this next discussion in ongoing podcast series talking about active shooter incident management. Today, we are going to be talking about the impact of improvised explosive…
 
Episode 07: Tactical Training for Leaders Discussion of leadership engagement, tactical training for leaders, and leadership modeling. Bill Godfrey: Hello, and welcome to our next installment of our podcast series on active shooter incident management training. My name is Bill Godfrey, a retired fire chief, and one of the instruct…
 
Episode 06: What Makes Managing an Active Shooter Event Different? Discussion of what makes managing Active Shooter Events different from other types of incidents Bill Godfrey: Hello, and welcome to the discussion this afternoon. Today we are going to talk about what makes managing active shooter events different from all of the other types of inci…
 
Episode 02: The 5th Man (Tactical) Discussion of the 5th Man (also known as the Tactical Group Supervisor) in Active Shooter Incident Management (ASIM) Bill Godfrey: Hello, Bill Godfrey here from C3 Pathways, we're here today to talk a little bit about fifth man and the tactical position, a key position, in the management of an active shooter event…
 
Episode 03: Triage and Transport Discussion of the Triage and Transport Group Supervisor positions in Active Shooter Incident Management (ASIM) Bill Godfrey: Hello again, everybody. Bill Godfrey from C3 Pathways, here with a number of the instructors to talk about triage and transport and the challenges of integrating our medical roles in an active…
 
Episode 04: Command Post Integration Discussion of Command Post integration in Active Shooter Incident Management (ASIM) Bill Godfrey: Hello, and welcome to our next installment of talking about active shooter events. My name is Bill Godfrey from C3 Pathways. And today's segment we are going to talk about integration in the Command Post. How do you…
 
Episode 05: Casualty Collection Point and Ambulance Exchange Point Discussion of Casualty Collection Points (CCP) and Ambulance Exchange Point (AEP) in Active Shooter Incident Management (ASIM) Bill Godfrey: Hello, and welcome to this next installment of talking about some of the challenges that we see on active shooter incidents. Today we are goin…
 
Episode 01: Common Misconceptions Discussion of common misconceptions in Active Shooter Incident Management (ASIM) Bill Godfrey: Welcome to our discussion of active shooter incident management. Today, we've got with us Stephen Shaw, sergeant from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Adam Pendley, assistant chief with Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. Mark Rha…
 
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